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CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:30pm EDT
forced this are to get into the real way carriage and the same thing happened with east germany and hanukkah was gone within a week because the paratroopers would not shoot on the crowd. >> because talking about the anatomy of revolution talk about the counterrevolution and talking about a a man who was the abolitionist we end up with the slave holding republic. how did u.s. forces did fire on rebels with shay's rebellion with the uprisings against dead in that period between dependence in the riding of the constitution? thomas paine supported the banks getting paid. he said you get change by rule of law or the military or the mob he was on the side of the law but i would love you to address the anatomy of a counterrevolution. >> but in pennsylvania there was no divide between a wage mandatory -- the whig it was expressedkf through paint in those constitutionalist that had pre-revolutionary power so in pennsylvania after the revolution just like every a another colony has not been in power before. because does you point out with the slave holding class that the beginning of the revo
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
victory. zach johnson finished second. fifa world cup final between germany and argentina. germany wins 1-0 in extra time for their fourth world cup title. for more sports news and information, go to cbssports.com. this is phil macatee reporting. . it takes is a little advice and a lot of planning. a retirement income from pacific life can help you live comfortably after you stop working. for more than one hundred and forty five years, we've been helping people achieve long-term financial security. learn how to create a retirement income at pacificlife.com. pacific life. the power to help you succeed. but i've managed. ♪ i got to be pretty good at managing my symptoms, except that managing my symptoms was all i was doing. ♪ when i finally told my doctor, he said my crohn's was not under control. ♪ he said humira is for adults like me who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. and that in clinical studies, the majority of patients on humira saw significant symptom relief. and many achieved remission. [ female annou
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
celebrating germany taking the world cup. >> on "america tonight": the weekend edition. a critical health alert for millions of american women. a routine surgical procedure, 100,000 women have it each year. and a warning: that it could spread cancer. >> the magnitude of this is not small. this is probably going to be a global epidemic, stage 4 cancers of women caused by doctors. >> correspondent sarah hoye, with a look, a simple diagnosis of common fibroids. so how did it come a ravaging cancer? >>> also flit. buried treasure. under alaska's grand vistas, a treasuretrophy of mineral wealth. going to washington to stop it. >> these are folks who don't like federal government or state government or much of any government, going to the big bad pea saying we are so a- aepa sag we are so afraid of this, we need your help. >> and hot shops getting people out of trouble. >> i've been law abiding all my life. >> cannabis confusion. lighting up news controversy. good evening. thanks for joining us. i'm joie chen. for millions of american women a medical story now that raises real alarm. an
NHK
Jul 14, 2014 8:00am JST
. skraecretary of state john kerry and his counterparts from britain, france and germany have joined in. kerry is expected to hold face-to-face talks with iranian negotiators and to press them to make some concessions. some diplomats believe the talks may need to be extended beyond the deadline if the negotiators are to reach a deal. >>> russian president vladimir putin is touring latin america to bolster trade and security ties with the region. his visit may strengthen russia's influence over countries that are geographically close to the united states. putin med on friday with cuban president raul castro. he said russia has written off $32 billion of cuba's debts from the soviet era. they account for 90% of cuba's total debts to russia. the remaining 10% will be used for investment in cuba. putin traveled to anything raug wa. he discussed ways to strengthen security cooperation. he's the first russian president to travel to the country. nicaragua is known for its anti-u.s. stance. on saturday the russian president was in argentina. he signed a deal with argentine leaders on building n
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 4:00pm PDT
last year and the count continues to rise. >> steve sene tanni, thank you very much. >>> germany took it all. it went down to the wire until gen,score in the 13r 113th minute, breaking out of what had been a tied game and propels the germans to their fourth world cup overall. brian, he was in brazil, now here. ed final match was pretty much like the rest of the world cup. you couldn't get. >> it was amazing, incredible. it's being called one of the best ever and for a good reason, really, germany becoming the first european team to win the world cup in the americas. they only half every four years. with probably the best goal by mario gatzi. in a win in extra time. for argentina it's heartbreak they had their chances. lionel messi carried the team to the final match. tens of thousands of fans with the chance to celebrater bray in their arch rival's backyard. you know, for the host nation it's a mixed bag of emoises the country did a great job hosting the cup, but they are embarrassed on the field losing 7-1 to germany. there was concern about major antiworld cup protests and whether o
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
>>> and the world cup, who is winning? >> the best team is germany. i think they win. >> argentina or my father-in-law is going to shoot me. >> have a great sunday. >>> good evening, everybody. the israeli military confirming just moments ago that one of a barrage of rockets fired into jerusalem from gaza made it through the so-called iron dome defense, and struck a heavily populated area. the rocket hit a home in an israeli settlement in the suburbs of jerusalem. the government will not divulge whether anywhere was hurt. sirens are ringing. earlier in the day, five hamas gunmen tried to infiltrate by sea. as you can see on your screen. they were intercepted. they were killed trying to invade from the south of gaza. >>> prime minister, benjamin netanyahu receiving permission from his parliament to dispatch up to 40,000 ground troops for calling a ground invasion into gaza, quote, on the table. and public bomb shelters have been open throughout the jewish state. we'll be following this developing story throughout this hour. >>> turning now to the humanitarian crisis on our southern
Bloomberg
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
>> germany are football's world champions. they beat argentina for the first title in 24 years. a busy week for boeing and airbus. what lurks inside the iphone? china has security concerns that apple denies. lau, welcome to first up coming to you live from headquarters in hong kong. streaming on your mobile at bloomberg.com. checking in on markets, let's take a look at the first trading day of the week. new zealand is climbing fractionally higher. we are counting to the openings in japan, korea and australia. red, pretty much falling the entire week am a third of 1% down. checking futures, trading in , trading to a higher open. the yen is weakening after strengthening last week as nvestors -- it is a win for germany. they defeated argentina 1-0 to take their fourth world cup title. we're joined live from the mark maracanaium -- the stadium in rio de janeiro.. >> it was a fantastic final. it is great if you are german. it all the way to the final. it was a fantastic final. between both teams. inwas a fantastic goal minute 113. >> were taking live shots right now at the brandenburg
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
comes your way on espn2. and here on abc, the news for most of you moments away. germany's championship, how do you encapsulate what we saw not just today but the entirety, the run of the tournament? >> i think it's not just this tournament, it's almost the last ten years, what they have done. when you go and you look, and you have an honest moment, you say we are good, but we can be better, but we need big bold moves, and all of those changes can affect you, and at the end of it, you have that moment, where it's not that it wouldn't be justified. but you want to have that money moment, where you are holding it up. i'm just so happy that a team that had the courage to do that is rewarded, the ultimate reward of raising the world cup. >> santi, for you? >> yes. it's been a long way for germany. this did not start three or four weeks ago. this started ten years ago. this is their prize. sometimes you don't win it, because if palacio scores or higuain scores, it goes the othever wa. it doesn't mean they didn't do a fantastic job throughout ten years. that's what argentina has
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
leading up to the war been an increase in emigration from germany. there were a lot more new americans who were of german extraction, had been born in germany and came here. so here you have got all these people from all these different countries who have not been here that long. on top of it, you have got all of these people from germany for crying out loud. were they going to fight for america? of course, nobody knew the answer. they needn't have worried. they came here because they wanted to come here and they joined up and they fought. but it was still an open question. so irving berlin wrote a song aimed specifically at this audience. turning.he tide was there was a sense increasingly that america was siding with the allies, that we were more interested in taking the side of england than germany. at the beginning the main feeling was, let's not get involved with these people. let's stay out. there was no sense. and the special relationship that we have forged with the english did not exist. this came after world war i. so it was tricky. it was tricky. so berlin writes this song becaus
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
abc, the news for most of you moments away. germany's championship, how do you encapsulate what we saw not just today but the entirety, the run of the tournament? >> i think it's not just this tournament, it's almost the last ten years, what they have done. when you go and you look, and you have an honest moment, you say we are good, but we can be better, but we need big bold moves, and all of those changes can affect you, and at the end of it, you have that moment, where it's not that it wouldn't be justified. but you want to have that money moment, where you are holding it up. i'm just so happy that a team that had the courage to do that is rewarded, the ultimate reward of raising the world cup. >> santi, for you? >> yes. it's been a long way for germany. this did not start three or four weeks ago. this started ten years ago. this is their prize. sometimes you don't win it, because if palacio scores or higuain scores, it goes the other wave. it doesn't mean they didn't do a fantastic job throughout ten years. that's what argentina has to think about now. we are second. we did a very
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
goal of his life, and that's all it took. germany wins the world cup final over argentina. your final score, 1-0. i think it's safe to say germany, from start to finish, this world cup, they were the best team. no one was better than germany. >> they were phenomenal. they couldn't score a goal. >> one more basketball note. paul pierce signed with the wizards late last night. huge pick-up for the wizards. >> and we want to take one last check of the weather. again, amelia, you've been watching what could be serious storms coming in. >> there's a severe thunderstorm watch until 11:00 for far western maryland, frederick, and washington county and allegheny county and the panhandle of west virginia. this is mainly for the potential for high winds and some hail. you can see the yellows there on the radar. that means heavy rain is moving in. scattered storms in d.c. at about 8 to 10 on arrival. for tomorrow we're looking at showers and thunderstorms. likely severe in the afternoon. stay weather ready. >> that means grab the the umbrella on the way out the door tomorrow. that's going t
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
as germany and argentina took the field. it was indeed a nail biter with germany pulling off a win in extra time. german soccer fans are celebrating after their team's huge win today. and it was sheer pandemonium on the streets of rio after the winning goal was scored. coming up in sports in just a bit, lesley van arsdale will have all the highlights from the game and much more. >>> stay with us, everyone, still ahead on "eyewitness news," it is off to space. a commercial cargo ship launches off the coast of virginia and it's carrying some very important materials including a special piece of clothing. we'll explain. >>> plus, looking to buy a tesla anyone in pennsylvania? why it's going to soon be a lot easier. kathy. >> it is steamy and about to turn stormy. we'll time the storms for tonight and tomorrow. they could become severe with damaging winds and there are concerns for flooding. i'll have that coming up with the seven day. >> thousands of cyclists take over the ben franklin bridge as part of a 65-mile journey. we'll tell you why this race is very, very special when "eyewit
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
we'll talk about all of it in the first alert seven-day forecast. >>> from brazil to berlin. germany is celebrating their first world cup soccer championships. clearly doing the best things that they need to. >> yeah, no doubt about it. gripping stuff. i loved it. i watched the tournament, it was great. most predicted germany verses the netherlands, but still we had an iconic final. germany and argentina have won five world cups between them. today they wrote another chapter and it was great stuff. take a look at the weather that was just perfect. 72 degrees there. take a look at this in the first half, bruce. talk about some hard hitting stuff. this is germany's kramer. kramer tries to continue on, but he could not. 29th minute game of interest here. in the box as he appears to score. but they waive it off because he was off side. a celebration? no, off sides. let's get to extra time. this is a beautiful play by mario to put germany up. look at the great plays that they were able to control it off the chest and kick it in. just incredible stuff as they would win the world cup 1-nil
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
>> they only scored eight goals in the tournament to germany's 18. >> and they need somebody to help messi. that has always been a problem. that is the problem stim. >> two world cup wins for argentina. but now three times losing finalists, in 1930, 1990. and now 2014. they lost the first world cup final getting beaten 4-2. need to get the striped shirts back on. don't they? >> you haired about the demonstrations, staged here last year. many people still feeling an issue that won't go away. a lot of money needs spent on of the country, when the cost of the olympics and world cup is so high. >> the magic moment. after playing 120 minutes you don't feel like climbing all those steps. but the life would have come back in those bodies from winning the world cup. just pure adrenaline, undiluted. very, very fine football team. >> she seems quite a fan. >> genuine fan. >> great relationship with all the players. she knows them all. met them all many, many times before. in the dressing room after games. they definitely call her a fan. >> three of the players there who didn't get in. >>
NHK
Jul 14, 2014 7:00am JST
his counterparts from britain, france and germany have joined the talks. >> obviously we have some very significant gaps, still. so we need to see if we can make some progress, and i really look forward to a very substantive and important set of meetings and dialogs. >> state department spokesperson marine hoff tauld nhk that negotiators will not give up their weapons. >>> president putin is touring latin america to embolden ties with the region. putin met cuban president raul castro. he says russia has written off debts from the soviet era. putin said the remaining 10% would be used for investment in cuba. the two leaders agreed to step up economic cooperation. putin then traveled to nicarag a nicaragua. he expressed ways to strengthen ties with the leaders. he is the first president to travel to the country known for its anti-u.s. stance. he went to argentina and signed an agreement on building nuclear plants in the country. his next destination is in brazil. >>> ukraine's president has canceled a planned visit to brazil to attend the world cup soccer final. petro poroshenko's pl
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
united states, britain, france, germany and russia and china want to restrict iran's ability to make nuclear weapons. both sides are far from agreement. >> we have significant gaps. we need to see if we can make progress. i look forward to a substantive and important set of meetings and dialogues. we obviously - this is an important subject. it is vital to make certain that iran is not going to develop a nuclear weapon, that the programme is peaceful. >> while there secretary of state john kerry met with his german counterpart over spying allegations. germany found a u.s. spy working in the defense ministry and a foreign intelligence worker was arrested on suspicion of being a c.i.a. informant. german chancellor angela merkel doubts the u.s. will stop spying, but it will not impact joint intelligence programming of both countries. >> translation: it's not just a matter of being angry. for me it's proof that the intelligence agencies fundamentally different views. in the 21st century they should concentrate on important things. we work closely with the americans, i want that to c
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
ultimately be scrapped. the world cup is over and germany has won in thrilling fashion, getting by argentina 1-nil. the match was scoreless for over 112 minutes before germany's finally got one in the net. here it is, a thrilling goal at the 112 minute mark off his chest in the net. germany's fourth world cup victory, this is its first since 1990. >> up next, cleveland on the rebound and it's more than just lebron james. >> and a farewell pickup game at candlestick park. >> and a farewell pickup game at candlestick park. when the "cbs evening news" continues. like taste inspired by the freshness of the mediterranean. so you always get flavor that's anything but flat. new flatbread sandwiches, try one today. but i've managed. ♪ i got to be pretty good at managing my symptoms, except that managing my symptoms was all i was doing. ♪ when i finally told my doctor, he said my crohn's was not under control. ♪ he said humira is for adults like me who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. and that in clinical studies, th
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
cup, who is winning? >> the best team is germany. i think they win. >> argentina or my father-in-law is going to shoot me. >> have a great sunday. >>> good evening, everybody. the israeli military confirming just moments ago that one of a barrage of rockets fired into jerusalem from gaza made it through the so-called iron dome defense, and struck a heavily populated area. the rocket hit a home in an israeli settlement in the suburbs of jerusalem. the government will not divulge whether anywhere was hurt. sirens are ringing. earlier in the day, five hamas gunmen tried to infiltrate by sea. as you can see on your screen. they were intercepted. they were killed trying to invade from the
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm PDT
the months long competition through today's final between germany and argentina, but will it be enough to sustain interest in this sport in the months and years ahead? by the way, germany just won. a picture of the german chancellor. cnn's top story today and the question that will dominate international news this week, will israel take this latest middle east conflict to the next level and cross into gaza? so far, the fighting has been in the air back and forth across the border. rockets launched from gaza landing inside israel, trying remembering israeli air strikes that palestinian officials now say have killed 168 people and wounded 1100. cnn's ben wedeman is in gaza city for us, where families are deciding that their homes are no longer safe. >> reporter: the clock is ticking. it's time to go. israel ordered the inhabitants of this area in northern gaza to leave by 2 p.m. sunday. hamas told them to stay put. i don't answer to them says ahmed, i do what's best for us. he is sending his family to safer ground in gaza city, relatively safer, that is, although he will stay behi
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
the ninth stage earlier today. third german to win a stage. so big day tofor germany, as th also won the world cup over argentina. showed you what happened earlier at 17. this is what happened earlier at 18. this is a birdie try for colin montgomerie. he was able to make that for par. then sauers' second shot the chance to put away the championship. 72nd holes in regulation. >> a very heroic try by gene to carry it across that bunker. gets a perfect bounce off that primary rough. down to about ten feet, eight, ten feet. >> with everything on the line. this was for the victory. good putting. but he's proud of himself for putting a good stroke on it. in the end, they were both tied at 5 under. as you look at colin montgomerie, you might wonder why the guy has 0-7-1 playoff record. well, back in 2002 in spain at the volvo masters, darkness came over the last couple of holes in the playoffs between monty and bernhard langer, instead of returning the next morning, they agreed to share the title. this case it was a sharing of a title. >> i didn't know you could do that. >> i didn't either.
FOX
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
reached a fever pitch with today's time match up between germany and argentina for a month fans all across the world, of course, have been captivated by the excitement. the game that unites the entire planet. so drew dickman is live where one of the places is always so happening in northern liberties the piazza with the impact on the big game and how soccer is doing here, hi, true. >> reporter: i'm playing right now, that is the noise people are looking for, thank you very much. this is what people are talking about, why people are saying, that the united states, has a future for the the game and in philadelphia, and the world cup is over, lot of people have left but people are out here kicking ball around, enjoying the match, enjoying everything, patriotism that comes with it and that is why people are hoping this continues to stick in the united states. >> one, 23. >> reporter: world cup fever has infect zach's playground in south philadelphia. as the owner 17 from the kensington soccer club squared off against king of prussia, every pass, hot, save were attempts to emulate the wo
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
in the tournament to germany's 18. >> and they need somebody to help messi. that has always been a problem. that is the problem stim. >> two world cup wins for argentina. but now three times losing finalists, in 1930, 1990. and now 2014. they lost the first world cup final getting beaten 4-2. need to get the striped shirts back on. don't they? >> you haired about the demonstrations, staged here last year. many people still feeling an issue that won't go away. a lot of money needs spent on the infrastructure of the country, when the cost of the olympics and world cup is so high. >> the magic moment. after playing 120 minutes you don't feel like climbing all those steps. but the life would have come back in those bodies from winning the world cup. just pure adrenaline, undiluted. very, very fine football team. >> she seems quite a fan. >> genuine fan. >> great relationship with all the players. she knows them all. met them all many, many times before. in the dressing room after games. they definitely call her a fan. >> three of the players there who didn't get in. >> khedira had to m
LINKTV
Jul 13, 2014 2:30pm PDT
with germany and argentina argentina. israeli army makes an incursion into gaza in its campaign against hauls. clashes escalate between ukrainian forces and pro russian forces in the country's troubled east. it is the biggest game in world soccer and just got under way a few minutes ago. germany and argentina are facing off to see who will lift the 2014 world cup trophy. all eyes are on rio's stadium with an expected global audience of more than a billion people the post watched sporting event everyone. chancellor angela merkel has joined a contingent of fans hoping they will clinched a fourth title and argentina is hoping to clinch number three. football fever has reached a climax in germany and we will be going live to better lip -- berlin but first we look at news. israel is stepping up offenses in gaza there were morning air strikes and commando raid sunday. more than 160 palestinians have been killed but neither side is backing down. hamas militants have continued to fire rockets into israel as wellment world leaders are pushing for deescalation without success. the israeli prime m
PBS
Jul 13, 2014 5:30pm EDT
kerry met with the foreign minister of germany as they and other diplomats gather for another round of talks about iran's nuclear program. both western and iranian officials say major disputes remain to be resolved. david sanger is covering the story for the new york times and joins us now via skype. so what about the interim agreement we reached last fall? what did that buy us? >> reporter: what it bought us was some time and reduced the threat iran could complete a weapon. the iranians quit using the fuel that is close to bomb grade fuel. so the united states and europeans claim they've already accomplished a fair bit even if it was temporary. that agreement called for a final agreement to be put together in six months with a possible extension up to another six months. they're running into the deadline for the first six months by next sunday. >> what about inspections that have occurred during this time? >> reporter: the iranians have been very good about letting the inspectors in, but for inspections to work for a much broader permit agreement they would have to be far, far broa
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 2:00pm PDT
. comcast business. built for business. >>> omg, it is a ripper in rio. the score 1-0. germany is up. we're just seconds away if argentina can't put one in to the end of this game. our richard roth is at a watch party in new york city. look at those fans. what is the atmosphere down there? what is going on? >> the atmosphere, they know that this match is over in a minute or two, fans are overjoyed and holding on to each other and fans from argentina are rooting for argentina, still holding out hope here that late into the match 1-0 for germany, tense, cagey affair. i called it at a 1-0 by three hours ago. the third time meeting in a world cup final. germany won the last match 1-0, that did not go to extra time. back to you. >> richard, you look like you're feeling it down there. it looks like it's a very serious and intense -- i want you to take the tie off and have a beer, richard, is what i want to say. >> sorry, could you say that question again? >> i want you to have a beer and take the tie off and have a beer! >> oh, listen, i'm working. when you're plunging into your ninth bar in thre
NHK
Jul 14, 2014 6:00am JST
. u.s. secretary of state john kerry and his counterparts from britain, france and germany have joined the talks. >> obviously, we have some very significant gaps still. so we need to see if we can make some progress, and i really look forward to a very substantive and important set of meetings and dialogues. >> state department spokesperson maureen harf is with the u.s. delegation at the talks. she told nhk that iran's negotiators say their country will not develop nuclear weapons, but the united states wants tehran to back up its promise with more than just words. >>> russian president vladimir putin is touring latin america to bolster trade and security ties with the region. his visit may strengthen russia's influence over countries that are geographically close to the united states. putin met cuban president raul castro on friday. he said russia has written off $32 billion of cuba's debts from the soviet era. they account for 90% of cuba's total debts to russia. putin said the remaining 10% will be used for investment in cuba. the two leaders agreed to step up economic coope
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 1:00pm PDT
ending to this game depending on whether you're root for germany or brazil -- argentina, sorry. >> i'm having a heart attack watching this game. i'm really sneaking peeks. these guys are taking care of me here. that's the difference. >> so it's really exciting when there's no score? >> oh, my god. these guys are killing each other. it's unbelievable. it's just run, run, run. the most amazing game ever. many i'm literally going to -- my heart is going to pop out of my chest at any moment now. >> no, please, let's not let that happen. >> that would be bad. >> yeah, that would be pretty nasty. you have fun with it. now i get a chance to watch the game and get into it. >> go get it. they're still playing. >> okay. well i'm out. bye, miguel. >> take care. >> ciao. >> you're in the cnn newsroom, i'm miguel marquez. we're waiting for the world cup championship match to conclude. when it does, we'll take you live to rio. the winning and losing countries. even a watch party right here in the usa. plus a member of team usa joins us live. all of that ahead. but first we're focusing overseas. isra
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 4:00pm EDT
- the world cup. the final is underway and nowhere are fans for excited than in germany and argentina. later, the italian cruise ship that sank two years ago gets ready to a new voiage. @ [ ♪ theme ] >>> it is the day the world - or at least soccer fans have been waiting for. this is the fans waiting for the action. the world cup fine is under way, after 32 days and 63 matches, germany and argentina are on the pitch at maracana stadium in rio. argentina won two world cup championships but has not been to the final in 24 years. germany has three championships but lost to argentina in the final. they are tied at 0-0. daniel schweimler is there. fans, i imagine, are glued to the game. >> you are totally right. they are glued to the game in buenos aires. there are tens of thousands of people watching from a big screen in the center of the city. there are similar scenes all over buenos aires, all over argentina, as well as 100,000 or so, perhaps more, argentines who have gone over the border to brazil, camped out on the beach, around the maracana stadium, getting as close as they can to
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 12:30pm PDT
is taking on germany in the last game of the tournament and the global tv audience expected to be more than a billion people. bryan is live from jack dempsey's sports bar in new york city with all the cheering fans. hey, bryan. >> reporter: hi, arthel. that's right. welcome to jack dempseys. this is really the scene all around the country and all around the world as close to a billion soccer fans are watching germany and argentina. two soccer super powers playing at the legendary stadium in brazil. the winner is champion of the world. and what a world cup this has been. at first, there was concern about anti-world cup protests and whether or not brazil would be ready. there have been more goals than there were in south africa in 2010, major upsets and surprises. the defending champion spain knocked out of the group stage. costa rica heading to the quarter finals. the world introduced to a brand new super star. there was a historically embarrassing loss by brazil and of course team usa escaping the so-called group of death and moving to the group of 16. now team usa has captured th
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm PDT
can change at any time. germany and argentina are meeting in the final for a record third time. however, it was germany that knocked out argentina in the last world cup. kristin dahlgren is live in mercury bar in new york city. tell us about the atmosphere there. >> reporter: hey, melissa. this is a crowd that's taking it very seriously. i think i just saw a grown man cry when argentina missed that shot a few minutes ago. they have the jerseys. they have the face paint. they are really into this game, and it really is expected to be an epic match-up between germany and argentina. argentina with arguably the greatest soccer player in the world. you have germany coming off -- the audio just went off on the tv for a second. you have germany coming off that epic win against brazil, and so this is a game expected to be watched by about a billion people worldwide. there are hundreds of packed into what's a pretty small bar here on new york's west side. >> well, you know, obviously we know it's a huge sports event the world over, but something else that's very, very interesting about
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm PDT
. >> okay. matt? >> germany thrashed brazil 7-1 in the world cup semifinals. stunning defeat. here's a hit to fans of both teams. the brazilians, even if they were crying, they started to applaud because they know more than anyone, when they see beautiful soccer, they call it football, being played, to the germans quite reserved in their applause, germany scored so many goals, as one journal -- as a story in the journal said, one fan said 4-0 would have been enough. >> who are you picking in the final? >> i have money riding on germany. >> and you? >> i want germany to win. >>> be sure to follow us on twitter at jer@fnc. thanks so much, panel. and especially to all of you for watching. hope to see you right here next week. i . >>> the immigrant child crisis that's taking such a toll on our southern border now being felt in other parts of the country. like the officials in two states say hundreds of those illegal immigrant children are being sent to their communities without any notice. hello, everyone, welcome to america's news headquarters. glad you could join me. also, today, governo
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm EDT
america in terms of slavery. of course, that is something they didn't have in germany. it's amazing how totally appalled they are with the mere concept of one human being owning another. inanted to put the hessians a proper perspective on a lot of different levels. that required -- that is part of the new look. another way by which to take a new look at trenton was to explore the tactical roots and evolution of washington's battle plan, which was one of the most brilliant of the american revolution. what is interesting is to see that if you look back, it is a mixture of guerrilla warfare and where he isre watching this strike, this raid therenton -- i pointed to example of this raid on kittanning in which some of his cers, andanking offi what was important about that was showing the wisdom of catching your enemy by surprise, striking, marching to their and can mentor village at night -- or village atnt night. this was the key to success on the western frontier. useington wisely decided to that same plan for the strike on trenton. another way i presented a new view -- i've done this
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm EDT
nobody wants to leave their homes. we have to do like we did with japan and germany after world war ii. we had the marshal plan and gave them jillions of american tax dollars and we said you don't have to pay us back. so everything is the marshal plan mentality to help other countries instead of col onizing or economically col onizing all of these other countries. i think we would be -- we would have better partners, people would like us more and we could really help because people are never going to stop coming to the united states until we can, you know, erase some of these inequitties that we have. >> people who sometimes say emotional things about this issue under estimate how difficult it is to leave your home and everything you know and come here. what you talk about, i think, makes a lot of sense, that a healthier mexico would be a place where more people would be able to stay. but what we do about the 11 million that are already here is a tough domestic debate and a tough policy riddle. how do you solve this in a way that's fair to everybody? >> well, i think nguyen we do wh
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm PDT
right. the world cup issen to hit a fever pitch with germany going up against argentina in the final and we're monitoring all the action from cnn.com world cup global fan zone. didn't know we had that, huh? we'll take you inside the action. oh, yeah. there's a lot of action going on there right now. hopefully there'll be action when we come right back. i've had surgery, and yes, i have occasional constipation. that's why i take doctor recommended colace capsules. [ male announcer ] for certain medical conditions where straining should be avoided, colace softens the stool for effective relief from occasional constipation. go to colacecapsules.com for savings. for effective relief from occasional constipation. a woman who loves to share her passions. grandma! mary has atrial fibrillation, an irregular heartbeat not caused by a heart valve problem. that puts her at a greater risk of stroke. rome? sure! before xarelto®, mary took warfarin, which required monthly trips to get her blood tested. but that's history. back to the museum? not this time! now that her doctor switched her to once
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 2:00pm EDT
and i went to germany and retraced the steps to find out more about that. i am going to jump to the 20th century and world war 1 because this is when it starts happening and i am right on schedule here. this is a chemistry set and my friend jason law got it at a flee market. and kim clark mentioned you had a gilbert set and they were rivals. he got this chemistry set and you could do magic and secret ink. did you do the secret ink experiments? you did? you have a long history in this. there was a pamphlet and they had alchemist with turbans on. and they say you can do these fun invisible ink experiments at home and the color changers -- and they are magical. it is a great way to get budding scientist interested in scientist. this chemistry set with a little cobalt fluoride in it as well so we can experiment with that. this is a totally different world than the spy world, though. now i will jump into international intrigue and the 2 220th severn -- 20th century when it really happens. it would be fair to say more happened during world war one than during the last three years. the big
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 2:00pm EDT
stadium where argentina will take on germany. >> the israeli military has launched more airstrikes over northern gaza. people were told to leave their homes before the attacks. but earlier prime minister' primisrael's prime minister said that it could take a long time. gaza has been pounded for six days and the number of deaths keep rising. is 6167 people have been killed since the attack. of those 29 are children below the age of 16. 19 of the casualties have been women. >> we'll continue to act with patience and forbearance for determination, responsibility and aggression to achieve the goal of a campaign which is restoring calm for a long period for dealing a blow to hamas and other groups of the garden strip. >> so far the deadliest single strike in gaza killed 18 people gaza's police chief was the target and he's in critical condition now. most of the dead are members of his family. stephanie decker reports from gaza. >> reporter: shortly after the attack the search for survives and the dead. this was once the home of the police chief and he is believed to be in critical but stable
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
player, lionel messi. but germany is favored to win the world cup. which will it be? >>> and brave doesn't begin to describe this young lady. a shot in a rampage that killed her parents and siblings. hear what she said at her family's memorial service. [ male announcer ] this is the cat that drank the milk... [ meows ] ...and let in the dog that woke the man who drove to the control room [ woman ] driverless mode engaged. find parking space. [ woman ] parking space found. [ male announcer ] ...that secured the data that directed the turbines that powered the farm that made the milk that went to the store that reminded the man to buy the milk that was poured by the girl who loved the cat. [ meows ] the internet of everything is changing everything. cisco. tomorrow starts here. ♪ the internet of everything is changing everything. you want to save money on car insurance? no problem. you want to save money on rv insurance? no problem. you want to save money on motorcycle insurance? no problem. you want to find a place to park all these things? fuggedaboud it. this is new york. hey li
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 1:00pm EDT
international bragging rights at stake as argentina faces off against germany 167 people in gaza have died since the israeli offensive began six days ago. thousands of supporters are protesting israel's actions in the gaza strip. meanwhile,itionis has launched more than a thousand airstrikes with at least 800 hamas rockets have been fired at israel. the vatican addressed pilgrims calling for peace. back in june, he held a joint prayer with shimon partners as well as palestinian mac mood abbas. the pope says he does not believe that prayer was any vain. foreign nationals and palestinians are packing their bags. leaflets dropped over gaza urging people to leave as the threat of new israeli airstrikes looms over the city. israel's military is warning of a short and temporary campaign against northern gaza. ni nick schifrin has more. >> many people here in gaza describe this as a prison because they can't leave because of the israel law that surrounds gaza or because of each script. the med train sea and the naval blockade israel has out there. there were a few people and very few people who w
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 10:00am PDT
>>> and world cup soccer madness continues. germany and argentina have a date with destiny in just a few hours from now when they meet up in the world cup final for the third time in history. >>> argentina's striker lionel messi is considered the best player in the world, but germany is considered the strongest team in this year's tournament. who has the edge? i'm fredericka whitfield, fareed zakaria "gps" starts now. >>> i'm fareed zakaria. i'm fareed zakaria. the escalation of violence between israel and its enemies has made many wonder, is this the dawn of the third antti fada and how does it relate to the other fires now burning in the middle east? i have terrific panel to talk about that and the inevitable question, how is president obama handling these and other foreign policy challenges? >>> and the crisis that hasn't gone away between russia and the west over ukraine. it may not be atop the headlines, but it is far from over says my guest sweden's foreign minister, car bildt. >>> and why was a french bank fined $9 billion by the u.s. government? i'll tell you how america is
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 12:02pm EDT
to smash britain's air force. germany had a lot more attack planes than britain had defense planes. by using radar, they were able to see the planes coming and use their fighters effectively. germany never did succeed in invading england, much to the surprise of many people at the time. the other place that was perhaps even more important had to do with submarines. the german u boats were wreaking havoc on american convoys -- supplying britain, later on supplying the war effort. they admitted confusing sonar signals. it was hard to find them. but it turned out the subs needed to resurface to change batteries, to refresh air, and when they did, airplanes could spot them. how effective? consider this. in january 1942 without using radar, allied forces put in 8000 hours of patrol in the atlantic and managed to only find four submarines over a two-month period. the very first time a plane went out with radar installed, they found four submarines and sunk one of them. it showed that organized research could make a difference. and it has been said, possibly accurately, the atom bomb ende
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
san francisco civil center today to watch the final between germany and argentina. the city is expecting another big crowd like the one that showed up last week n the south bay there's a viewing party at st. james park in san jose. world cup final is just hours away. germans are the favorites demolishing brazil. brazil set another tough defeat in a game for third place against the netherlands. abc news reporter bob is in rio with more. >> the brazilians were beaten again by the dutch. and their fans watched in sadness. the most famous american athlete in brazil, lebron james, landed in rio. last night his first real appearance since his decision to return to the cavaliers. >> the excitement. the excitement around futball around the world. >> and the argen tea fans are -- the argentina fans are everywhere. today it's argentina against germany. the hotels are already filled and the tickets sold out. thousands live after the street in tents in buses. these guys drove four days from their country just to get here. >> what team do you expect to win the cup? >> u.s. [laughter] >> for
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
germany and argentina. this has been a huge four cup. four weeks, 63 matches and it all comes down to today. this is the second time that these teams have met in the final. they met before in 1986. and in 1990. a couple of other facts for you, wearing blue seems to work. good news for argentina. they have won 7 of last 19 final teams with blue uniforms. argentina hasn't given up a goal since the group stage, and so that's also looking good. you have to look at germany and the 7-1 trouncing of brazil. excitement building here, alex. >> you've been out covering world cup fever, if you will, the last month for us. have you seen a definite up-tick in the number of fans that have been out and about? >> absolutely. and i think a lot of that comes down to, you know, here in the u.s., there was so much excitement. everybody rooting for team usa. and i asked them here today whether or not they've seen sort of that lull since the u.s. was knocked out. they said no, not really. they still see a lot of excitement, a lot of people still coming out for the game, especially today, i think, just the
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm EDT
today. argentina and germany face each other. many local soccer fans are getting ready to watch the game. amy buckman joins us live from south philadelphia, where one local viewing party has gathered. hi, amy. >> reporter: salute, this is going to be a great time down here on south street between 7th and 8th. le there's going to be a giant block party. look at these fans lined up wearing their german far friend nail i can't. they say -- friend nail i can't. -- from a nail i >> do you think it's their teamwork that made it so good. >> what's the key for winning? >> probably the teamwork, they have been good on possession, muler has been fantastic. are you confident? >> cautionly optimistic. >> there have been surprises in the world cup all around. >> reporter: they are heading in, i'll show you what's going on on street here. we have food trucks, you have your choice of not just german food. if you can't get through the line and can't get into the bar, they have are a giant screen set up on south street. this is one of the many places all over the world where people will be watching
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
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